Sussmann juror’s statement to ‘some media’ perfectly explains why he was acquitted

On Tuesday, former Hillary Clinton campaign attorney Michael Sussmann was acquitted on charges of lying to the FBI. Some critics were shocked, believing that lying to a government agency with such authority would net you some serious jail time.

However, what Washington Times White House reporter Jeff Mordock claims a Sussmann juror said to “some media” is sure to fuel conspiracies among those who may believe the whole show was rigged from the start.

“Juror speaks to some media after Sussmann verdict ‘I don’t think it should have been prosecuted,’ she said of the case. ‘There are bigger things that affect the nation than a possible lie to the FBI.'”

Oh, but it gets better.

“‘It was the government’s job to prove it and they succeeded in some ways and not in others,’ she continued. ‘We broke it down and it did not pan out in the government’s favor.’ The woman, who did not give her name, declined to say how she thought the government succeeded.”

This triggered a massive response on Twitter:


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